"The inscrutable Tribe of Astronauts is a collective of varying number. Little can be known about the Tribe of Astronauts because they hide behind digital masks." -- Tribe Elder
The Tribe of Astronauts recently contacted Treetrunk Records from the ammonia seas of Jupiter. Forming, on the huge planet, a kind of eternal ocean, the tides of ammonia wash against one another perpetually and savagely.
The Tribe has garnered a field recording from their trip to Jove, and has provided Treetrunk with a copy of this recording. Nearly an hour in length, "Endless Sea" accurately depicts the sounds made by the surface of Jupiter.
"Tribe of Astronauts came together in the distant present, and surreptitiously represents talent from numerous labels. No two releases by Tribe of Astronauts will sound alike." -- Tribe Elder
It has been suggested that the tidal sound washes in this recording were generated quasi-fractally. The Tribe Of Astronauts has no comment.
January 14, 2006 Subject:
Nachdem ich auf Webbed Hand auf Remote Missive gestoßen bin, suchte ich nach mehr von Tribe of Astronauts und fand Endless Sea.
Endless Sea, so klingt nach Tribe of Astronauts die Oberfläche Jupiters. Es rauscht und klingt nach großer Fläche und weiter Landschaft. Es rauscht und mehr macht es nicht: kein Piepsen, kein Klackern, keine sanften Synthi-Flächen. Endless Sea kommt sogar ohne Bass daher und gefällt mir vielleicht gerade deswegen besonders gut.
July 3, 2005 Subject:
it's almost as good as a trip there! And it's been a mighty long time since i visited Jupiter, one of my favorite planets. Although the terra-mapping in my 3D module might have a glitch, as i don't remember any ocean there before? but like i said, it has been years.... and my how the time flies, and how things change!!!